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!!News!!
Pamela Aidan is back!

The creator of the Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman series is back with a delightful online novella. Young Master Darcy begins with Fitzwilliam Darcy returning for Christmas from his first term at Eaton. Ms Aidan gives us a glimpse into the life of the Darcy family, and her vision of how Jane Austen's Darcy came to be a man "given good principles, but left to follow them in pride and conceit." 

The ladies of The Crown Hill Writer's Guild wish to announce that we are going into business! Regardless what Caroline Bingley may think, we want to invite you to our new enterprise, AustenEmporium. This is a little cottage business we have established to keep the lights on in the guildhall. So, if you enjoy the fine fiction created by our practice of the writing craft, browse to your heart's content and buy with abandon!

The Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman Series by Pamela Aidan

A Pride and Prejudice trilogy in which Darcy's view of the events surrounding his winning of Elizabeth Bennet to wife are related.

Available now from Amazon, from Simon and Schuster:

The Frederick Wentworth, Captain Series by Susan Kaye

When Anne Elliot rejected Frederick Wentworth in the '06, he returned to the sea nearly heart-broken and determined to prove himself. When he returns nine years later, he comes close to shipwrecking his own happiness.


Available now at Amazon, from Wytherngate Press:

Other Austen-based stories by Susan Kaye:
"If I Dream, I Have You ..." If Anne Elliot and Frederick Wentworth had not met again while Anne stayed with Charles and Mary in the fall of 1814, but after her arrival in Bath in early 1815, things might have been very different for one of Austen's favourite couples.

Love Suffers Long And Is Kind, with Laura Louise. On the gravel path, after Frederick and Anne exchange those feelings and promises of an earlier time, he tells her: "I was hers in honour if she wished it ... " The "her" is Louisa Musgrove, and this "what--if"  explores how Persuasion might have looked had Louisa Musgrove wished to marry Captain Wentworth. (Warning: Many hate the idea of separating Frederick and Anne-in the beginning-but some come to love it better than the original!)

Read along as the first draft for "For You Alone ... " second in the series, is posted online.

 

Mercy's Embrace by Laura Louise

Love Suffers Long and Is Kind ends with Frederick Wentworth married to Louisa, and Anne Elliot about to marry James Benwick. While Anne happily settles into married life, Elizabeth Elliot realizes hers is becoming very unsettled! As a woman approaching the "years of danger," she is no longer a young girl in her first blush of youth, or a woman past her prime. Miss Elliot is that rare creature that has improved in looks as she has grown older. But, is she growing finer as a human being, and would anyone notice if she did? One handsome man of the sea has noticed, and is doing everything in his power to have her.

Laura Louise is also a comedienne at heart and pokes a bit of good-natured fun at the adaptations of Austen.

We are proud to announce a new addition to the Guild!

Charity Envieth Not by Barbara Cornthwaite

In the tradition of The Guild, Barbara is retelling Jane Austen's Emma from the hero, George Knightley's point-of-view. We are privileged to watch as she brings Highbury to life, with all its charm, and gossip! As the story unfolds, it will be interesting to see Mr. Knightley's private thoughts on Mr. Elton's surprising marriage, Frank Churchill's extravagant grooming practices, and a host of other scenes from this Austen classic.

Welcome Barbara by reading Charity Envieth Not.

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